Lexicon A

Linear A is the “unidentified” language of Minoan Crete.  However, evidence strongly suggests that LinA is Japanese.

For all texts referenced in the lexicon, see John Younger’s Linear A Texts in Phonetic Transcription:

Notes:

  • LinA Japanese is distinguished with dots (e.g. ma.di) whereas LinB and LinC Greek is distinguished with hyphens (e.g. ma-di).

a  |  d  |  e  |  i  |  j  |  k  |  m  |  n  |  o  |  p  |  q  |  r  |  s  |  t  |  u  |  w  |  z  |

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